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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Panabiz launches all-in-one colour printer

Office automation supplier and the sole representative of Panasonic in the country, Panabiz International Ltd, launched an all-in-one colour printer, KX-MC6000 series, into the nation’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) market.

General Manager, Panabiz International Ltd, Mr. Kunal Malhotra, said the latest in shelf is targeted at Small Office Home Office (SOHO).

He also said that the new Panasonic range of multi-functional colour printers, KX-MC6000 series, is targeted at top executives and small office users, adding that the product comes with the feature of a new built-in Secure Digital (SD) memory card slot that enables users to print directly thus avoiding any Personal Computer (PC) interface.

Malhotra explained that these new machines, have been incorporated with all the features that are offered in its award-winning A3 colour printer copier lineup.
Noting that with the launch of the Panasonic KX-MC6000 series, high quality resolution colour printing, copying and scanning could be done in a much more economical way with greater ease.

In addition, Malhotra said that these network-ready A4 size printers suit the needs of small departments and top executives in businesses, who for reasons of privacy or convenience require a local device that could print and distribute documents to the same high standard as departmental A3 devices.

The KX-MC6000 series, he pointed out, is a 20-page per minute colour A4 printer, flatbed copier, colour scanner and fax; the sorts of productivity features not normally found on A4 desktop devices.

“It includes an in-built 50-sheet automatic document feeder that speeds up the scanning and copying of mixed batches or multi-page documents. It also features a duplex unit that enables users to print on both sides of the page and produce vibrant, full colour booklets,” he said.

Further, he said that scanned documents and images could be saved as Portable Document Format (PDFs), Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEGs) or Tagged Image File Format (TIFFs) and then archived, incorporated into electronic documents or converted into editable text using bundled ‘Read iris’ optical character recognition (OCR) software.

He emphasized that scan to email functionality lets the users send colour documents directly from the device to the mailboxes of intended recipients at zero extra cost.

This functionality saves the user from an otherwise double effort of first sending the scan to personal computer and then mailing it from there.

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